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A huge part of Pauper’s appeal is that it’s affordable, but with the red-hot format rising fast, you’ll want a quick handle on the finances of the format if you’re going to buy in.
Speaking of popular new formats, here’s a spicy new one you might not have heard of.
Back when Treasure Cruise and Gitaxian Probe were legal, Jeskai Ascendancy was one of the most dangerous looking cards in Modern. It might still have some life, and Jeff Hoogland investigates at Gathering Magic.
Modern has often been described as a format of linear decks simply seeking to execute their game plan better than the opponent. If that’s the case, you want to be doing something powerful. Craig Wescoe at TCGPlayer ranks the 10 best.
Michael Shapiro at TheManaBase writes about how Blood Sun compares to Blood Moon.
Get to know one of the most remarkable players on the Pro Tour heading into Rivals of Ixalan!
Draft alongside the best in the world as Ben Stark shows you the ropes of the new Limited format!
Jump into another Powered Cube Draft with LSV!
Don’t put Modern in the hands of people whose job it is to break it.
It has all the hallmarks of a deck that people love to beat and play against.
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) January 26, 2018
All-you-can-eat mediocre Mexican food might just be my best format.
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) January 29, 2018
Last three gps I have started 5-1, 5-1, 5-0 and have not made a day two, so it's nice to know I can still win rounds 7 and 8 of a tournament.
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) January 28, 2018
This actually happened this weekend. How would you rule and/or how do you think the judges should have ruled? pic.twitter.com/PE6RbSBNOl
— April King (@CubeApril) January 29, 2018
— Pascal Maynard (@PascalMaynard) January 27, 2018
Research by William Lamping.